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TocoVit - Liquid Vitamin E From Wheat Germ Oil

Discussion in 'IdeaLabs' started by haidut, May 6, 2016.

  1. Waynish

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    The question is about the logic behind separating K & E supplements. We don't do this with food, right? For example, I'll eat a block of aged cheese (high in K2) with some high vitamin E meats simultaneously... So, if there are side effects of taking both supplements at the same time - but not both foods at the same time - then perhaps there's something we're missing.
     
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    I think the amount matters. In food, there is usually not enough vitamin K to interfere with vitamin E or vice versa. So, eating liver is not an issue since there is probably about 1mg K2 per kilo of liver. But with supplements where big amounts can get mixed, taking separately or keeping amounts smaller if taken together is probably not a bad idea.
     
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    Makes sense, but my thinking was more along the lines of: if we know why mixing them a certain way causes problems, then we can make better supplement protocols.
     
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